Closings and Cancellations

Closings and Cancellations

-Eau Claire Children's Theatre: canceling ECCT’s performance of “Plaid Tidings” this evening.

-Girls basketball game scheduled for tonight: Fall Creek @ Elk Mound has been canceled.

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  • by Menomonie Senior Center Location: 1412 6th St e on Jul 15, 2011 at 07:09 AM
    The senior Center Picnic in the Park on 7-20-11 will be held at the Senior Center not at Wakanda Park as originally planned. This is due to the hot weather
  • by mike Location: northpole(EC) on Dec 14, 2010 at 06:03 PM
    TO:ANONYMOUS,Serious... 5pm Sunday.. I live in town.. and the roads werent cleared til after 9pm Sunday by me. Not complaing about streets not being cleared though.. cuz like I said, it was a record storm. And I think the crews did an awesome job! But dont comment on us having it easy. U dont live in town. And by the way.. Daycare isnt an option for some of us. Last time I checked.. chippewa valley has never had this much snow in a single storm.. So not sure what u mean by we deal with this every yr. I think closing the school Mon wouldve been a good thing. Not asking them to close it everytime it snows! I bet Granton schools close alot more then EC,Chipp,n altoona.. so please save ur comments about closings. Yes this is WI..but what if there was an accident with a bus or a kid got hurt or killed... R u really gonna tell us to suck it up! N to tell people to move if they dont like WI.. why cuz there asking for the schools to b more generous about closing for the safety of our kids.CRAZY
  • by That's E. Nough Location: Luck on Dec 14, 2010 at 05:15 PM
    We're all plowed out up here! Ready for more snow Wednesday/Thursday!
  • by Anonymous Location: Granton on Dec 13, 2010 at 08:13 PM
    To all you people complaining about not getting plowed out: You must not live in the country. Where I live we go days without getting plowed out. If there is no school, like it is a weekend then forget it, we don't get plowed out it Monday morning, then you only get a one lane path. After this weekend, if you don't have a snowmobile then forget about getting anywhere. No I don't have one, but I do have a big tractor that plowed me out but it was not til about 5pm on Sunday. Some of you that live in town have it nice.
  • by Anonymous Location: Granton on Dec 13, 2010 at 08:08 PM
    To Mike: I have four kids and yes I worry about them everyday. I am a stay at home mom and love it but I have also worked. I know what is was and is like. My feeling on that is if there is no school and your kids are young then you have to get them out in the weather anyways to go to daycare. Right?? I am just saying that this happens every year it Wisconsin. The schools try hard and have many legal issues to worry about too. Also I have kept my kids home when I thought that it was unsafe for them to ride the bus or it was too cold for them, they caught up. Like I said before It's Wisconsin. To everyone else: You are the only one that can change what you don't like. If you don't like the weather in Wisconsin then move but I can tell you that the weather somewhere else is not going to be good either. There is no place that is perfect.
  • by mike Location: north pole(EC) on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:54 PM
    Sorry... Not all of us are stay home parents! Some of us parents dont have the luxury of taking the kids to school. I go to work before my daughter catches her bus. Do you even know what it feels like to worry about your kid freezing or a car not seeing them due to the snow... do you people that are commenting have kids? Yes we could keep them home, but they fall behind in class with missing school work. Alot easier to have the school closed. But then again.. I'm guessing most of the ones that dont care about schools closing dont have kids or just want your kids out of the house! Some of us parents care about our kids!
  • by to kyle Location: EC on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:30 PM
    How old is your son?!?! Do you realize he could have DIED? I cannot believe you would post this story for all the world to read. Keep an eye on your kid. Be a parent!
  • by Anonymous Location: Granton on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:25 PM
    Okay, I would like to thanks all the snowplow drivers out there. They are doing the best job they can, it all takes time. To all of you the are complaning about this weather IT'S WISCONSIN. Yes this was a bad storm but it's wisconsin, winters are bad. We go through this every year, suck it up. Dress warm and dress your kids warm. If you feel that it is not safe then don't send your kids to school. Everyone needs to have some common sense. Now if we would have school in the summer everyone would be complaining cause it was too hot or something, so suck it up, IT'S WISCONSIN!!!
  • by Schell Location: EC on Dec 13, 2010 at 05:46 PM
    To all of the street crews, THANK YOU! You are our city soliders clearing a path to make our traveling a little more bearable! As far as the school thing, I tried taking this up with school board a few years back and their response: If you feel weather conditions are unsafe for your children, you have every right to keep them home from school.
  • by parent Location: Eau Claire on Dec 13, 2010 at 05:15 PM
    I also feel it was bad idea to have school open it took the bus longer then normal to get to our home and with the snow pilled so high it was an unsafe and very cold morning to wait over 40 min for the bus. Go Eau Claire school district way to think of the kids saftey first!
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